OK, so I know this is generally just a matter of opinion combined with how decently you can actually quilt, which for me is not very ... But anyway I am working on a quilt that has mostly light yellow and green colors in the main part and a dark brown border. I picked a cream colored thread to quilt with because I thought it would match the main part of the quilt, which it does, but I am doing a bishop's fan pattern that just goes from one border to the other across the whole quilt and now that I'm taking a step back from it I really don't like the way that cream thread looks on the dark brown.
So I don't know, I might just live with it but if I change my mind ...
Say I wanted to pull out just the thread on the borders and then replace it with a matching brown thread. Could that be done or would I have to worry about the rest of the thread coming undone after I rip back?
Do I have any other options besides just living with what I've already done? I actually got through about three quarters of the quilting before I formed this opinion.
Thank you in advance!